"I have come to the conclusion that one useless man is a shame, two are lawyers and three or more are the government." -- John Adams (1735 - 1826)

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After the disastrous Friday DOJ report on Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified documents, he stood in front of the nation in a press conference to tell us that he talked to one world leader in Egypt thinking that leader was from Mexico. Biden made nonsensical gaffes, memory lapses, dropped sentences, misstatements and outright lies.

The DOJ found him to be an “elderly man with a fading memory” who would not be prosecuted for his crimes. In the national interview, Biden said, “My memory is fine.” One major newspaper reported, “Biden’s memory is hazy, fuzzy and dull.”

Immediately, ABC reported the latest poll on Biden’s popularity: 86 percent of Americans do not want Biden for a second term as president of the United States.” He’s too old, too feeble, too cognitively vacant, too unfit, and incapable of handling the rigors of a United States president.

This journalist would add that Joe Biden’s lifetime of lies, plagiarism, racism, sniffing little girls’ hair, and shaking hands with the air has finally caught up to him.

But what blows my mind stems from the fact that no one will pin the “reality tail” on the donkey of Joe Biden’s condition: he’s suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease. If he took a cognitive test today, he wouldn’t score five out of 25 on that test.

How do I know? Answer: my best friend suffers from Alzheimer’s Disease. My best friend has been reduced to the intellect of a six year old. My best friend cannot tell time, does not understand money, doesn’t know what year it is, and cannot remember any friends’ names.